When will the Township resurface streets?

Streets Department employees working with a dump truck and other equipmentThe paving procedure is scheduled 3 to 5 years in advance, and in October and April the Board of Supervisors and the Township Manager accompany the Streets Superintendent on a road inspection. The process is determined by age, traffic patterns and winter damage. Line striping is done once resurfacing is done.

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1. When will my street be plowed?
2. How long does a developer have to remove snow or ice on an undedicated street?
3. When can potholes be repaired?
4. When will the Township resurface streets?
5. Who is responsible to take a tree down that is in the Township right-of-way?
6. Can the Township remove a tree branch from electric or telephone wires?
7. What are the guidelines for tree branches hanging over a roadway?
8. Will the Township install or replace fallen, damaged or missing signs?
9. How do I prevent lawn damage from plows if I don’t have a curb along my property?
10. Is West Goshen responsible for maintaining all the roads in the Township?